Judith Tannenbaum is a Teaching Artist and Author.
Among Tannenbaum’s books are the memoir, Disguised as a Poem: My Years Teaching Poetry at San Quentin (Northeastern University Press, 2000) -- a finalist in PEN American Center USA West’s Literary Award Winners in 2001; two books for teachers – Teeth, Wiggly as Earthquakes: Writing Poetry in the Primary Grades (Stenhouse Publishers, 2000) and (with Valerie Chow Bush) Jump Write In! Creative Writing Exercises for Diverse Communities, Grades 6-12 (Jossey-Bass, 2005); and six poetry collections. Her By Heart: Poetry, Prison, and Two Lives — co-written with Spoon Jackson, her student at San Quentin in the 1980s — was published by New Village Press in March 2010.
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Part of the Prison Education Conference, 2015.
ASU Tempe campus, March 27, 2015